Topband: CQWW160 Remote receiver rule
Niko Cimbur via Topband
topband at contesting.com
Thu Jan 29 14:49:03 EST 2015
>When I send in a checklog, that does not invalidate QSOs where other
>stations were working me. They get credit. If I checklog, I'm just saying
>that *I* am not submitting a log to put *my* call into the competition.
The opinion about the NF multiplier not counting was first brought up by VO1HP in his message:
>The CQWW 160 CW rules say NO remote receiver setups allowed so I will submit
>my log as a checklog only. Too bad because I think i was the only VO1 on the
>band giving out the NF mult.
In my interpretation of the rules if an operation is not permitted, sending in a check log by that station would not make it count.
Just like someone operating from an entity without a permit and giving out a multiplier. In example I drive to C31 where CEPT does not apply, I work the contest and send in a check log. Would that count as a C31 multiplier?
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